Emily Johnson is the newest addition to the Jill Bucy Skincare team, and we couldn’t be more delighted. While she’s worked in the spa and beauty industry for a decade, she’s always had a fierce passion for skincare. She brings that, along with extensive training and care, to each treatment.
Early on, Emily decided to seek out the best products and care. “Basically, I remember going to a spa as a 15 or 16 year old,” she said. “I saw all these cool women dressed in black and I immediately wanted to be an esthetician. That’s where it all started.” She was quickly hooked.
Emily moved to Los Angeles, becoming an assistant to a celebrity esthetician, who became her mentor. From there, she worked as a makeup artist, became a licensed massage therapist, worked for a cosmetic surgeon, and managed a spa. She brings all of her experience to the treatment room. Intuitive in her approach, Emily wants every one of her clients to feel beautiful and accepted.
And she sees Jill Bucy Skincare and Biologique Recherche as key to beautiful skin. “When I started with Biologique, I was blown away by the products and techniques. I’d never seen anything like it.”
Good skincare starts at home—Emily uses BR religiously. “My skin looks so good even after a basic cleansing,” she says. She loves that BR is a laboratory brand and trusts the efficacy of the products. “I can see results with one treatment. The face is lifted. There’s an overwhelming difference in skin tone and texture. Biologique combines all these pure ingredients with the remodeling machine. Everything works together beautifully.”
Working previously at an organic medical spa sparked Emily’s passion for healing skin from the inside out. She doesn’t believe in chemical peels and microdermabrasion, making her perfectly in step with the Jill Bucy philosophy.
“Everything I’ve ever learned has brought me to this point. This is the real deal, the top of the game, for me,” Emily says. “I want clients to feel loved when they’re being treated by me. I’m excited to help women in a real way.”